Jerry Isaac, New CEO Of CRNA To Speak At Thursday Meeting, March 26th at Tonsina Lodge

CRNA's Jerry Isaac

CEO Of CRNA To Speak

Jerry Isaac (who was born and raised at Tanacross, an Athabascan village near Tok, up the road from the Copper Valley) will be talking with the Chamber of Commerce at its March 26th dinner meeting at Tonsina Lodge.  

Jerry Isaac started working at CRNA, as the CEO, in January, 2015. He had gone to Tok High School, attended Chemawa School in Oregon, and took university courses before going on to a working career. He has been a trapper, a laborer and an oil field worker.

The Tanana and Ahtna people are very close. There are cultural and familial ties between the Ahtna and all its surrounding peoples. Jerry has relatives in the Copper Valley region that go way back. 

Before starting at CRNA, Jerry Isaac was the president and tribal administrator of the village of Tanacross. Then he went on as president of the Tanana Chiefs Conference. He served with Tanana Chiefs starting in 2006, and finished his term in March of 2014.

As CEO of CRNA, he oversees a number of new projects in CRNA's social and health services delivery. One of these is a program of agricultural development. CRNA is interested in cooperating and partnering with Ahtna, Inc. regarding local agricultural potential in the region. 

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